The InvisiClean Aura 4 in 1 Air Purifier is the latest air purifier product from InvisiClean. It brings with it an original design and elegance that is perfect for the modern consumer looking for a flamboyant posh living.

InvisiClean Aura 4 in 1 Air Purifier Review

Even if you live in a congested apartment or a huge mansion, this air purifier is just at about knee level for most people, making it an excellent fit for your house. If your home is plagued by a hell of mold spores, dust, pet dander, and plant pollens, even after thorough cleaning, the true HEPA technology on this unit will help remove just about 99.9 percent of the pathogens.

If like us, you are on the market for the perfect unit that incorporates a true HEPA filter, an activated carbon pre-filter, UV-C light, and an ionizer, the Aura 4 in 1 is the ultimate air-cleaning machine for you. Unlike other less reliable air cleaning products on the market, this unit is very portable, spots a sleek and stylish look that will add splendor to your home’s interior design.

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True to its name, the unit brings you 4 cleaning levels in a single attractive unit; a true HEPA filter, an activated carbon pre-filter, ionizer, and UV-C light. Nevertheless, let’s dig in further and find out what the unit has in store for you.

InvisiClean Aura 4 in 1 Air Purifier

True HEPA Technology

Most manufacturers on the market are fond of throwing the word HEPA around; however, not all HEPA filters you find are the same. The true HEPA filters on the Aura are designed to capture a close 99.9 percent of airborne particles as small as 0.3 microns.

True HEPA technology means that the unit is capable of trapping a variety of different potentially harmful particles like viruses, pollutants, germs, allergens, and dust. Better yet, you will breathe easy in your home knowing that you have a unit that fights off unpleasant smells from cigarette smoke, pets, litter boxes, and co